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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1909)
I Office Phone 368 Res. Phones 132-241 DD 3
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pets, Rugs and Furniture with
in a fractional part of the time it
lakes to do it the old way. and do
it better than is possible by old
methods. NO DUST. NO WOR
RY, no taking up of carpets or
rugs. We guarantee our work.
Yoder & Cain
j Our customers our reference Office over Burris' News Stand |
Falls City Marble Works
R. A. & F. A. NE1TZEL, Managers
We are now carrying the largest and best selected
stock of Marble and Granite ever carried in Southeas
tern Nebraska. We would be pleased to show you
through the stock, which is made up of the latest de
signs in and which we are prepared to turn out in the
highest degree of art at a cost as low as any responsi
ble firm can quote you.
Write for Designs and Prices Before
Placing Your Order
Falls City Marble Works
You’ve Paid the Bill
OF COURSE YOU HAVE
But you’ve lost the receipt—and now you’re
asked to pay again. Why not pay all your
bills by check? Then in the cancelled checks
you’ll have an indisputable receipt for every
dollar paid out.
Your Checking Account is cordially invited,
whether your balance will be large or small
The Farmers’ State
Weil Pri.iurn Sc Co.
V made by “WEIL
PFLAUM & Co.” are
especially designed for
the College Chaps.
^ They portray all the
features desired by these
tasty dressers. 1 here is
that tone of quality and
style, that life and swing
that bespeaks individual
ity. They fit every curve
of the body perfectly
and are moulded in the
season s most becoming
W e have on display
the catchiest and latest
weaves—rich colors and
Ask to see them.
And we carry all the accessories that go with a
becoming suit, such as Shirts. Collars and Ties,
Underwear and Hosiery of latest patterns and
designs. Call and inspect them. It will pay you.
Wahl & Parchen
Anna Feicht of Speicer township
is staying with Mrs. J. (J. McGinnis.
Charles Duryoa and liis sisters,
Maggie and Pearl were over from
Bruce Futon and wife returned to
their home in the western part of
the state Monday after visiting rela
Mrs. A. Fdie was out from Hum
boldt last week the guest of her
cousins, F. A. and H. (’. liacon.
Otto Waller and family are here
from Grand Island.
Mrs. Mason was taken to the hos
pital at Omaha last week for surgi
cal treatment and Is now reported as
C. II. McGinnis expects to start
Monday for Nokomis, Canada, to ar
range liis business so ho can return
to take charge of the home farm of
his father, the late .1. (I. McGinnis.
L. C. McGinnis is building a fine
house oil liis place between here and
Dawson, known as the old Triggs
I farm. He will move there in the
Meeting of The Republican Central
There will he a n. -cting of the Re
publican county central committee
in the office of John Wiltse, secre
tary, in Falls Chy on Tuesday, Oct.
5, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
It is desired tin all candidates,and
all precinct coi u.ii teeinen, and all
members of the i ■ ublieau executive
committee be presi it.
This will be an important meeting.
All member:) are invited.
JOHN WILTSE, Secretary.
Rep :blican Caucus.
The republican voters of Liberty
precinct are requested to meet at
Helnzeln an Bros, office, intbe village
of Verdi ii, Saturday afternoon, Oct,
2, 19011 at two o'clock, to place in
nomination a precinct ticket and to
transact any other business that may
come before said primary.
V. ARNOLD, Committeeman.
■ The republican voters of' Arago
, precinct are requested to meet in
the town hall of said precinct on
Saturday evening, October 2, at 7:20
o’clock, for the purpose of nominat
ing a precinct ticket, and for the
transaction of any other business that
may come before the meeting.
J. C. WALLRAFF, Committeeman.
Call For Republican Caucus.
The republican voters of Falls City
arc h< reby requested to meet at the
court house on Friday evening Oct
ober 1st, 1909, at eight o'clock p. in.,
for the purpose of nominating two
candidates for the office of justice
of the peace, two candidates for
constable, and one candidate for as
sessor, and for the transaction of
any other business which may prop
erly come before said meeting
G. M. Barrett, 1st Ward Coni.
Harry Pence, 2d Ward Coin.
C. H. Linsaeuni, 3d Ward Com.
The republican cattcaus for Falls
City precinct will be held October 2,
1909, at 2:30 p. in., for the purpose
of nominating a .precinct ticket, and
such other business as may properly
come before the meeting. Meeting
place, the town hall.
H. E. LEMON,
.1 -fferson Spurgin. Plaintiff,
The Unknown Heirs of Shel
ton Ransdell, Defendants.
The unknown heirs of Shelton Ran
sdell,defendants,will take notice that
on the 1 Stli day of September A. D.
1909, the plaintiff herein, filed his
petition in tiie district court of Rich
ardson county, Nebraska, against, said
defendants, the object and prayer of
which are to have a certain mort
gage, executed by C. R. Nicolls and
husband, G. W. Nicolls, to Shelton
Ransdell on the 19th day of Novem
ber 1806, for the sum of $250.00.
said mortgage being given on the
west half of the northeast quarter of
Section 31, Township 2, Range 15, in
Richardson County, Nebraska, de
creed and declared satisfied and can
celled of record, and to quiet the
title to said land in this plaintiff, and
for such oilier and further relief as
justice may require.
You are required to answer or plead
to said petition on or before the 1st
dav of November A. D. 1909.
Dated this 18th day of September,
1909. Jefferson Spurgin,
By J. E. Leyda, Plaintiff.
Ilis Attorney. f
First publication Sept. 24 4 times.
Learn to admire rightly and you j
will learn to purchase wisely.
People of refined taste admire
our jewelry most because r< al jewel
ry art appeals to them as only real
art of any kind does.
Wise Jewelry buying begins with
your selection of a store which pro
vides jewelry of artistic and in
trinsic value extending deeper than
the outside coat.
To know if our prices arc low,
compare them with values as high.
F^ 5- Simpson
Falls City, Neb.
The North Pole
Could Be Made a
Cozy Little Corner
by the judicious use of GOOD COAL, and plenty
of it. We have the GOOD COAL, but the North
Pole is in the other fellow’s territory. It is the Palls City consumer
that we are after-WE HANDLE THE COAL TH AT STANDS ANY
TEST—VVE HANDLE GOOD COAL, and nothing but good coal,
and an order placed with us for the winter’s supply brings happy
results—good fires and general satisfaction to all concerned.
Order Now--Don't Procrastinate
Lay in your winter’s supply NOW, or at least a part of it. Come
and see us or phone to us and let us “ talk coal ” to you. WE CAN
SAVE YOU MONEY AND SAVE YOU MUCH VEXATION,
Phone 38 Prompt Delivery
STATE OF NEBRASKA. RICH
AKDSON COUNTY. SS.
In the matter of the estate of Char
les Daeschner deceased. On reading
and filing the petition of Edward
Daeschner, praying that administra
tion of said estate, with the will
annexed, may be granted to Henry
Daeschner as administrator of all of
said estate not already administered
upon, in the place of Charles F.
Daeschner, executor, deceased.
Ordered, that October 2nd, A. D.
190!), at 9 o'clock a. m., is assigned
for hearing said petition, when all
persons interested in said matter may
appear at the County court in and for
said county, and show cause why the
prayer of petitioner should not be
granted; and that notice of the pend
ency of said petition and the hearing
thereof, be given to all persons Inter
ested in said matter by publishing a
copy of this order in the Falls City
Tribune, a weekly newspaper printed
at Falls City in said county, for three
successive weeks, prior to said day
of hearing. JOHN GAGNON,
Special China Window
Consisting of Pitchers, Chop Plates, Chocolate Sets,
Cake Plates, Salad Howls, and Cups and Saucers.
We have other items at special prices on our sales
tables. Don’t forget our grocery stock. If you
don’t use GOLD MEDAL COFFEE, TRY IT.
Sold only at
Chas. M. Wilson’s
A Few Snaps
80 acres, 4 1-2 miles from Falls City, nicely improved. $115 per acre.
80 acres, mile from Falls City, nicely improved. $150 per acre.
240 acres, 3 miles from good town, nicely improved. $80 per acre.
80 acres, 7 miles from good town, nicely improved. $90 per acre.
94 acres, 1-2 mile from good to wn, some improvements, $6,500.
160 acres, 6 m. from good town, fine farm, fine improvements. $20,000.
120 acres 9 miles from good town, fair improvements. $7,ooo.
480 acres fine land, good improvements. $40 per acre.
240 acres of fine land, fine improvements. $80 per acre.
5. Si F.=-Jefferson County
28o acres good land, good improvements. Easy terms.
54 acres close to town, good improvements. $80 per acre.
80 acres ,six miles to Pawnee City, good improvements. $9o per acre.
120 acres, 1 1-2 half miles to Pawnee City, good imp. $9o per acre.
80 acres, 6 miles to good railroad town; good improvements. $5,200.
120 acres, 6 miles from good railroad town; imp. $65 per acre.
9o acres, 1 mile from Pawnee City; good improvements. $100 per acre.
121 acres two miles from Pawnee City; good imp. $80 per acre.
97 acres 1-2 mile from town; good improvements. $7o per acre.
The above are worth the change, and if you want a good home fc^
yourself or your children, it will pay you to investigate.
See me soon, as they will not last long
G. H. FALLSTEAD
FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA
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